Thematically, they address multidimensional entrepreneurship, regional innovation systems, economic development, social capital, entrepreneurial behavior, rural development, firm performance and clusters, and cities.
What does REGIS stand for?
REGIS stands for Regional Innovation System (economic development)
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We have 2 other meanings of REGIS in our Acronym Attic
- Recombinant Epidermal Growth Factor
- Regulatory Environmental Group for Missouri
- Raptor Education Group Inc (Wisconsin)
- Retired Employee Group Insurance (Nevada)
- Registre Gironí del Cor (Catalan: Gerona Heart Registry)
- Registering Identities
- Real Estate Group International Inc. (New York, NY)
- Research Group on Intelligent Machines (Tunisia)
- Réseau de Transport Collectif de La Gaspésie et des Îles-De-La-Madeleine (Canadian public transportation service)
- Regional Information System
- Remote Graphics Instruction Set
- Research Group in International Security (Montreal, Canada)
- Research Group on Information Seeking (est. 1994; University of Tampere; Finland)
- Research Program in Environmental Planning and Geographic Information Systems
- Reliance Energy Generation Ltd.
- Reserve & Guard Logistic Operations-Streamline
- Renal Epithelial Cell Growth Medium (biology)
- Ruth Estrin Goldberg Memorial
- Remote GPS (Global Positioning System) Monitoring System (Geospatial Information Authority of Japan)
- Regular Navy
Samples in periodicals archive:
Universities can act as hubs of regional innovation systems and can provide a focus for networking between knowledge producers and users within a region, while linking them to more global knowledge networks.
135) conclude therefore that "a regional innovation system is characterized by cooperative innovation activities between firms and knowledge-creating and diffusing organizations, such as universities, training organizations, TR&D institutes, technology transfer agencies, and so forth, and the innovative-supportive culture that enables both firms and systems to evolve over time".
In order to emphasize the importance of regions in the process of innovative activities, the regional innovation systems concept was developed (Cooke 1992, 1996).
As we have shown, the maritime cluster policy is part of a wider process that seeks to harness the concepts of clusters and regional innovation systems to further regional economic development.
He describes the evolution of Chinese technology and policy, its international links, and its current trajectory, and considers national reform programs, regional innovation systems, and Shanghai's development as a knowledge center.
The book can be read as part of a broader discussion on national and regional innovation systems (Edquist, Lundvall, Nelson, Cooke.
However, Catalonia's productivity is slipping, relative to other OECD regions, necessitating the transition to a productivity-driven growth model through a stronger regional innovation system.